Rebel Road Trip Tupelo stop

A few highlights from the Rebel Road Trip Tupelo Stop … Ole Miss AD Ross Bjork near the beginning of his time on the podium shared with the crowd that he received a call around 11 a.m. that confirmed that

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OM’s Bjork talks football opener, Vanderbilt

By John Davis Special to the Journal Two years ago, Ross Bjork was named Ole Miss Athletics Director. He entered his job with the Rebels coming off back-to-back losing seasons in football, and facing a fan base for the first

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Confident Rebels

Ole Miss will face the SEC’s most dominant pitcher tonight in LSU’s Aaron Nola who leads the league in ERA and strikeouts. The approach at the plate will change some, be it ever so slightly, Rebels catcher Will Allen says.

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Thursday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Thursday morning … OK, I’m caught up on my days now. It’s the Tupelo stop for the Rebel Road Trip today. The event runs from 11:30 to 1 at BancorpSouth Arena.  I’ll have coverage here

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South Plains coach has high praise for Lawrence

By John Davis Special to the Journal If Steve Green’s assessment of Roderick Lawrence turns out to be as accurate as the one he gave for Marshall Henderson, then Ole Miss’ Andy Kennedy should have a reliable starter for the

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Ole Miss signs UT-Martin guard

Ole Miss basketball has signed Terrence Smith, a 6-foot-4 guard from Tennessee-Martin, to a post-graduate scholarship, Rebels coach Andy Kennedy said. Smith, a native of Russellville, Ala., is scheduled to graduate from UTM in May. Smith averaged 14.6 points and

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Rebel Road Trip makes ninth stop in Tupelo tomorrow

Athletics director Ross Bjork, football coach Hugh Freeze and women’s basketball coach Matt Insell will be part of the Ole Miss contingent for Thursday’s Tupelo stop along the Rebel Road Trip. It’s the ninth stop of the week-long tour that

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Trent, Smith help boost Ole Miss pitching staff

It’s a Louisiana-heavy pitching staff for Ole Miss as LSU visits tomorrow. Christian Trent was once a part of the LSU program and has burst onto the scene at Ole Miss after a season at Delgado Community College. Sam Smith

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At SEC’s mid point Rebels keep an eye on regional resume

Ole Miss athletics director Ross Bjork made it clear at the close of last season, as the Rebels were eliminated from the NCAA tournament in a road regional for the third time in four years, that he really wants to

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Wednesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Wednesday morning … The NCAA will now allow unlimited meals as part of the full cost of scholarship. The release says prior to Tuesday athletes received three meals a day or a food stipend. I

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Trent’s second chance

Ole Miss left-hander Christian Trent, once a member of the LSU baseball program, is making the most of his second chance at SEC baseball this season. A native of Madisonville, La., Trent signed with LSU, redshirted, and then played his

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The Rebels’ relentless offense

The Ole Miss offense has been pretty good of late. It hasn’t always been pretty, and sometimes all the runs have come in one or two big innings. But the Rebels have kept pounding — that’s sort of the definition

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Tuesday Morning Update

Spanning the globe on a Tuesday morning … Ole Miss picked up a basketball commitment Monday in South Plains CC’s (think Marshall Henderson juco) Rod Lawrence, an athletic 6-4 wing. I found it interesting that Lawrence expects to start at

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